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What the community says about Build a Co-Parenting Team: After Divorce or Remarriage
- "I had a really rough divorce with my wife and was extremely depressed to the point where I let the negativity affect my relationship with my son. After reading this book, I felt I was able to cope with the situation better and my bond with my son was able to improve ten-fold."
- "My son's mother and I are not in a relationship. I thought this book would help us be better parents since our situation is not very typical. In reality the book just made us second guess every decision we made about how to make our son comfortable having parents that weren't together. It might be helpful to someone out there but it wasn't for us. ""I bought this book for my sister after her separation from the father of her child, to help her cope with the stress of being a single parent and to learn how to keep him in the picture. I think it really helped her to take one day at a time and stay on top of things. I recommend it for anyone in a similar situation."
- "I don't know how well this book relates to the topic, or addresses it. But the topic itself is very real; many people separate, leaving kids between houses. My own kid is in a similar position, but I do get along with her mom, and the new boyfriend, and it is a positive benefit for my kid."